Wednesday , 24 October 2018


Where Actors Dare

Film: Tum Milo Toh Sahi, Cast: Nana Patekar, Dimple Kapadia, Directed by: Kabir Sadanand, Duration: 124 mins, Rating: * * 1 / 2
Tum Milo To Sahi directed by Kabir Sadanand is a classic example of a story that had tremendous potential to go several notches above the rest, but it goes out of its way to ensure that it doesn’t happen.

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Kalarang Pratishthan to organise sangeet samaroh in city

The Kalarang Pratishthan, Panaji will celebrate its anniversary on April 5 at 5 p.m. at the Kala Academy’s Black Box. On this occasion Kalarang in collaboration with the Kala Academy has organised a sangeet samaroh in which ‘Guru Krupa’, a CD based on classical vocals by Pt Kamlakar Naik, will be released at the hands of Speaker, Mr Pratapsing Rane. Senior vocalist of Jaipur Gharana, Pt Vasuntrao Kadnekar will be the guest of honour on this occasion.

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The Vhadli Jaatra of Maye

By Rohit R Phalgaonkar
The deity, Kelbai is one of the seven legendary sister-goddesses. They have a brother, Khetoba. According to legend, the seven sister-goddesses - Mahamaya, Kelbai, Lairai, Mirabai, Morzai, Shitalaa and Anjadipaa - and their brother Khetoba came down to Goa from the ghats on an elephant.

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Symposium on Impressions of Goa held

Media, considered the fourth and important pillar of democracy, sometimes fail in its role to provide justice for all. Elaborating on such issues was the symposium titled - Impressions of Goa: Mainstream, Margins and Media organised by the Goa Union of Journalists and Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy, Goa University.

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Gallery Gitanjali in Fontainhas, Panaji, is hosting an exhibition of paintings titled ‘The Master Pieces’ that includes the works of eight artists from across Maharashtra. It’s interesting to see four senior artists’ works brush frames with the works of younger lot. 

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Framing Rural Life

By Naguesh Rao Sardessai
Arvind Otavanekar is showing his small format works at Harshada’s Art Gallery, Miramar.
All the nineteen works give an encapsulated view of local and rural life. The drawings and paintings are not just pretty pictures out to please the viewers.

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